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Who can be held responsible in Florida for injuries to motorcycle operators?
Typically, the person that is responsible or can be held responsible for causing a motorcycle accident in Florida is the driver of the vehicle that might have caused the accident. If the owner of the vehicle is not the driver, that person could also be held responsible, if permissive use is established. If the vehicle that was involved in the crash with the motorcycle involves an employee driving an employer vehicle, then the employer can be held responsible as well. Again, it’s very factually specific, but typically you look at the driver, the owner and any other people related to the case. If the work was done in the scope and course of the employment, then that might be a target as well.
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